I agree. Safety comes first for both.From our agency perspective, most ladies will only do residential outcalls if they have previously met you, and are confident that they will be safe. It's never anything personal; it's just a (likely only slight) risk for all parties involved, and safety always makes for a better, more relaxed and fulfilling experience.
An outcall, with a lady you have never met before, is incredibly risky and stupid, particularly for a first timer. She could be a scam artist, thief or bring along some help. Stick to incall, or get a hotel room. Once you have some established trust, then you can consider an outcall to your home. Do some research, there are posts here about robbery, assault, trouble with law enforcement etc.Thinking about my first time. Is it a bad idea to have them come directly to your house?
Read Riza's comment. It pretty much states it all from both perspectives.Are outcalls safer when booked with agencies?
I myself will not do outcalls to residences unless a previous client that I feel comfortable with. To many troubles with extra guests that weren't mentioned, fake bookings and no such address and twice camera's set up in the room. You would have just as many possible problems having a sp come to you house if you didn't know her. Outcall to your house is a risk that should only be one with someone you know and trust.
As perbmod said start with a hotel if you are not comfortable with doing a incall. And as he said there have been cases of robbery, scam, thieving or party girl that gets out the drugs after arriving, not something you want in your home.
Be prepared that if you do a hotel you may have to give up your real first name and or last name depending on how strict the front desk is or pick a hotel that has an automated system for putting calls through to a room. I will not do a drive until I have confirmed you are in your room. I think most other girls and agencies do the same to confirm the appointment.
Find yourself a fav, or two and then expore the outcall option once that level of trust is built up for both of you.
Don't do it.Thinking about my first time. Is it a bad idea to have them come directly to your house?
Yes but she was referring to backpage outcalls, Are the risks she mentioned still existing from a client perspective when you book with an agency? I think reputable agencies would make sure that the girls don't do any harm to the client.Read Riza's comment. It pretty much states it all from both perspectives.
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Probably not as risky with an agency lady from the client perspective. You are however still dealing with the unknown and a reputable agency that truly was concerned for their ladies wouldn't send them to an unknown out call.Yes but she was referring to backpage outcalls, Are the risks she mentioned still existing from a client perspective when you book with an agency? I think reputable agencies would make sure that the girls don't do any harm to the client.
oh that just sucks... im sure he had a fun time explaining that one to the SOYears ago, after a few agency appts, a close friend asked a mp to come to his apartment--off the books. His partner is away, the mp is eager to do it--discreetly. She arrives, asks for a glass wine. A few laughs, head to bedroom. He wakes up many hours later fuzzy-headed; the apartment has been gutted of anything of value, including heavy, 2-person stuff. Absolute disaster. (Not that it matters, this occurred near UBC in the late 1990's.)
Actually it wouldn't be that much "fun" at all to anyone with some brains. All he would have to tell her is he forgot to lock the door when he went out (it happens), came back and found the place gutted. Of course, it would be a good idea to smash the lock before contacting the home insurance people. And everything is replaced.oh that just sucks... im sure he had a fun time explaining that one to the SO
A note was left not to call the police; the thieves discovered much about him and his girlfriend while rooting around. He was traumatized. They immediately moved, no calls to the police, therefore no insurance. (He said he'd left the door unlocked.)oh that just sucks... im sure he had a fun time explaining that one to the SO